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Pope’s Cardinal Influences Secret Bilderberg Meeting, As Only Religious Figure Present. Sunday Movement Making Its Way In Darkness

 

Annually, the Bilderbergs hold a “private conference of 120 to 150 people of the European and North American political elite, experts from industry, finance, academia and the media, established in 1954 by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.”[1] Regarding private or secret meetings, consider that it is from secrecy that the Sunday Law will emerge.

 

“While men are sleeping, Satan is actively arranging matters so that the Lord's people may not have mercy or justice. The Sunday movement is now making its way in darkness. The leaders are concealing the true issue and many who unite in the movement do not themselves see whither the undercurrent is tending. Its professions are mild and apparently Christian, but when it shall speak it will reveal the spirit of the dragon. It is our duty to do all in our power to avert the threatened danger.”[2]

 

For the first time a high-ranking Roman Catholic official, the Vatican’s secretary of state will be in attendance. Interestingly, the various areas previously mentioned--industry, finance, academia and media-- have been hijacked and overtaken by Roman Catholicism.  In fact, in all of these areas Pope Francis has met with many of the respective leaders and wields much influence; and the leaders of each sphere is now carrying forward his Jesuit agenda. With the collective influence of this group of individuals, strategies and plans can easily go into effect that can take over the world and form a New World Order.

 

 

From Catholic News Agency’s article, “Cardinal Parolin, Vatican secretary of state, at the elite Bilderberg meeting,” it was reported, “Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Vatican Secretary of State, will take part in the Bilderberg Conference, an annual private gathering of global political, business and media leaders, set to take place this year in Turin, Italy, June 7 – 10. Cardinal Parolin’s name is included in the list of 131 participants in this year’s Bilderberg meeting...it would be the first time high-ranking Vatican official has taken part in the Bilderberg Conferences...The Bilderberg meeting’s official website stresses that discussions are private, no minutes are taken and no reports are written.The meetings are held under the so-called ‘Chatham House Rules,’ an agreement typical of off-record meetings among academics or political leaders. According to that agreement, participants are free to use the information received, but they cannot disclose the identity nor the affiliation of speakers, nor can they disclose the other participants taking part in the conversation. Dubbed by critics to be a kind of “global shadow government”, and targeted by protesters who picket the meeting, the Bilderberg meeting has has an official website since 2011, and publishes the names of participants in the annual meeting the day before the gathering begins.”[3]

 

On another Roman Catholic website, an explanation as to why Parolin will be in attendance was given, which is a startling admission. “The cardinal’s presence is certainly worthy of comment, especially as he has not been invited before and will be the only religious figure present. The Church is deeply committed to dialogue, but, as often happens, has difficulty in finding the right partners for dialogue, particularly with the sort of people who will be well represented at Bilderberg. One hopes that His Eminence, in the various meetings and on their fringes, will find people who wish to talk to him about the Church’s social teaching, for example. Other matters that may be aired will be environmental issues, on which the Church has something to say, and, one hopes, life issues as well.”[4] As the only religious representative there, of course, the cardinal will be looked to as the voice of morality in the discussion and will be given a platform to advocate Roman Catholic social teachings--one of which is the common good.

 

Noteworthy are the topics that were discussed at the meetings held from June 7-10 in Turin, Italy, which were listed on the official Bilderberg website.  Consider these subjects in the context of the Roman Catholic perspective-- 1. “Populism in Europe; 2. The inequality challenge; 3.The future of work; 4. Artificial intelligence; 5. The US before midterms; 6. Free trade; 7. US world leadership; 8. Russia; 9. Quantum computing; 10. Saudi Arabia and Iran; 11. The ‘post-truth’ world; and  12. Current events.”[5] As work, trade, computing and other areas pertaining to finances were discussed at the conference with the input from the Vatican, consider that on the backdrop of this meeting is Pope Francis’ calling for a “new economic order,”[6] and the Vatican, specifically the Congregation For the Doctrine of the Faith, the modern name for the successor board of the Inquisition, calling for an authority to regulate financial markets.[7]

 

Do not be surprised in the coming days when liberty of conscience is no longer respected or tolerated and individuals are expected to adhere to policies and laws proposed at the insinuation of Popery and the elite and that are not only unconstitutional but unconscionable, then the fulfillment of Revelation 13:15-17 will become a reality.  

 

 

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilderberg_Group

 

[2] White, Ellen.  Testimonies for the Church, Volume 5 (1882-1889), page 452

 

[3] https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/analysis-cardinal-parolin-at-the-elite-bilderberg-meeting-55996

 

[4] http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/commentandblogs/2018/06/08/why-is-cardinal-parolin-attending-a-bilderberg-group-meeting/

 

[5] http://www.bilderbergmeetings.org/press-release.html

 

[6] https://www.reuters.com/article/us-pope-latam-bolivia/pope-calls-for-new-economic-order-criticizes-capitalism-idUSKCN0PJ29B20150710

 

[7] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JvQ8lQPjGE

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